Amazing Arts and Artists : ‘Hand-cut Paper Art’ by ‘Joe Lurato’

“A puddle can become a lake, a small crack in a cement wall can become a magnificent climb, a planter box can become a place for a child to play, and a shadow might be a tangible space for a few seconds a day”.

–  Joe Iurato

New Jersey based artist, Joe Iurato creates art using hand-cut paper and spray paint to make small wood cutout figures and placed in public spaces.

What's the Rush

I use layers of hand cut paper and spray paint to create texture and form – a modern adaptation of an old-fashioned printing process. My art is nothing more than the exploration and documentation of personal experiences. The pieces form an abstract of my life. They are the questions I have, the conclusions drawn, the love, disgust, joy and sadness contained. Essentially, I paint what I knowor what I’m trying to understand. However big or small, the works are often created in public spaces and left to interact with the environment and community. Like life itself, the nature of public art is one of transience. Each piece mirrors the unpredictability of existence and hopes to establish an intimate connection with the viewer in the here-and-now. 


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Creative Stuffs : Sculpture like Candles : Wow !

With hours of dreamy candlelight in your Candle by the Hour, you can set the amount of time it burns, hour by gleaming hair. Simply feed the pliable beeswax coil through the candle clip in increments of 3 inches or less. Three inches of the candle will burn for approximately 1 hour. Set your nights alight with the Candle by the Hour!. The burning time total is 144 hours. Quirky bees wax Candle is like a sculpture. Candle reaches upward in a spiral from a metal burning plate with metal calipers gripping the Candle. A unique conversation piece for any room. Burns as long as you “tell it to” and then extinguishes itself!

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Amazing Arts & Artists : Funny Commute Doodles by October Jones



Every day during his train commute, October Jones creates little drawings, inspired by the people around him on the train. But he is a professional illustrator.

Low iPhone battery? HULK SMASH.

Angry Mickey doesn’t want to go to work.

Hellboy is tired of this commute.

That ewok is WAY too happy to be on this train.

Uh-oh. ET saw you, man.

Pringles guy had arough night.

Daffy wasn’t prepared for the sudden stop.

Ton is looking for Jerry.

What a cool cat, riding the train.

I have a feeling this kind of looks like the man himself.

Batman is a kind of bored.

The least exciting Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner chase ever.

I found him.

Courtesy& Source: October Jones


Amazing Arts and Artists : Balloon Art by Rob Driscoll

“A magician has spent the last 12 months creating a different amazing balloon model every day – including cartoon characters and even a life-sized balloon bike. Magician Rob Driscoll, or Robbie the Wizard as he is known in his magic act, from Portsmouth, Hampshire, has fashioned balloons into various shapes for the past year. He has spent time creating famous cartoon characters such as Gru from Despicable Me, Spongebob Squarepants and Sonic the Hedgehog, which he gives away to children at his shows”

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Courtesy : Photos: Rob Driscoll and Caters News